‘We’re just like the Golden Ladies.’ Longtime pals George Clooney, Julia Roberts reunite on massive display in ‘Ticket to Paradise’


LOS ANGELES — George Clooney and Julia Roberts are again on the massive display collectively within the new romantic comedy “Ticket to Paradise.”

The frequent co-stars and longtime pals play a divorced couple who discover themselves on the identical airplane to Bali. They’re each hoping to cease their daughter from marrying a person she’s solely recognized a short while. They wish to forestall her from making the identical mistake they imagine they made after they had been younger.

“We imagine on this movie. We imagine in supporting the movie. And, hear, you recognize, we have all missed being in a theater,” stated Clooney. “We miss doing interviews and speaking to folks. And I feel it is good to have the ability to do this.”

“That’s the fact, as bizarre because it sounds popping out of George Clooney. It is the reality!” laughed Roberts. “We had been despatched the script on the similar time and each had the identical sort of rapid response, which was, I believed, Oh, this might this actually solely work if it was George.”

“We actually wrote one another first and simply stated, ‘Did you learn this? Do you wish to do it?’ So it was a type of issues the place it was solely going to work if we did it,” stated Clooney.

And so they’re glad they did!

“We’re like The Golden Ladies,” stated Clooney.

“We’re not The Golden Ladies,” stated Roberts. “We’re not. However you recognize what? We’re grownup folks. I feel that is what you imply while you say previous folks. We’re grownup folks with relationship points.”

“Wait wait wait!” stated Clooney. “What she would not know is… you need to Google how previous the Golden Ladies had been.”

“They had been in all probability youthful than us,” stated Roberts.

“They had been youthful than me!” stated Clooney.

“My birthday is in two weeks,” stated Roberts. “I will be Rue McClanahan in two weeks.”

“Ticket to Paradise” is rated PG-13. It is new to theaters on Friday, Oct. 21.

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